Manchester United vs West Ham : Preview


Manchester United missed an opportunity to climb top of the Premier League table last week against Leicester City, they will be looking forward to continue their unbeaten record, as they are unbeaten in six games and have only conceded 10 goals so far this season (9 goals away and only 1 goal at Old Trafford)

West ham have started well this season after grabbing an away win against Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City and a home win against Chelsea but however, they have failed to grab win in November.

Head to head

Manchester United hold a very strong record against the Hammers and are unbeaten in the last 13 Premier League meetings. The Red Devils have wrapped up 11 wins and 2 draws from those ties.

While playing at Old Trafford, West Ham were beaten in the last seven consecutive matches. To make it more worse for the them, they have only won twice there in the Premier League and have lost the rest 17 matches.

Form Guide : Manchester United

Manchester United have been experiencing difficulty in scoring goals this recent weeks, but they can boast of a credible defense which seems to be the best in the League this season.

Manchester United are currently on six match unbeaten run and they are looking forward to make it seven against the hammers.

Form guide : West Ham

West ham are currently eight in the Premier league table, and have gotten good away records from three top teams (Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City) but their last three points was against Chelsea in October as since then, they have failed to win a match.

Team News : Manchester United

Phil jones, Rojo, Lingard and Herrera are doubtful for the match although the conditions are yet to be clarified after Friday’s pre-match press conference, Wayne Rooney who picked up a knock during the second half at Leicester is also a doubt for the game whereas Fellaini is back in contention. Antonio Valencia and Luke Shaw are still out on the sideline.

Team News : West Ham

West Ham will be missing their top scorer Dimitri Payet who has an ankle problem and won’t be back till February also Diafra Sakho is out with a thigh injury he picked against West Brom last weekend, Enner Valencia is also confirmed to be out absent due to ankle problem.



Manchester United have a good home run, as they have conceded only one goal at Old Trafford, and the Reds record against West Ham is also very impressive as they have won seven in their thirteen meeting and drawn six.

West Ham also hopes their good away form will help them over come Manchester United and end their loosing streaks. A win at Old Trafford will make the Hammers the first team to grab an away win at Emirates, Anfield, Etihad and Old Trafford in the same season.